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HAKKA-BUKKA

The Lamp Goes Out

In 1375, an unexpected disaster struck Bukkaraya and the empire. .

The brave Kampana died.

He was to have adorned the throne of Vijayanagar after Bukkaraya. He was a warrior capable of safeguarding the freedom of his country and a ruler who could keep his subjects happy. It was really a great misfortune that Bukka and the Vijayanagar Empire lost him most unexpectedly.

Gangadevi, the wife of Kampana, has described his valor in her Sanskrit work, 'Madura Vijayam' or 'Veera Kampanaraya Charitam'. The book brings out very clearly the sad state of our country, our Dharma and our culture before, and how Hakka, Bukka and Kampana saved them. The whole work throbs with patriotic devotion.

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Hakka-Bukka - Great Kings who ruled famous Kingdom of Vijayanagar
About Hakka-Bukka
Introduction
Foreign Invasions
The Fight For Freedom
The Valiant Family
The Sultan Tastes Defeat
The Magnificent Vijayanagar
Saintly Guidance
The Sacred Hampi

Harihara The Brave (1336-1356)

This Is A Leader !
Efficient Administrator
End of Veera Ballala
The Struggle Continues
A Champion of Country And Dharma, A Good King
Bukkaraya (1356 - 1377)
The Bahamani Menace
Madurai Recaptured
The Saviour
You are Here! The Lamp Goes Out
Great In War and Great in Peace
Freedom to Live  And Learn
The Creators of A New Age
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